Learn how to work with the Azure command line and web portal to create, manage, and control cloud based resources.
Modules in this learning path
Align requirements with cloud types and service models in Azure
Azure supports three approaches to deploying cloud resources - public, private, and the hybrid cloud. Selecting between them will change several factors of the services you move into Azure including cost, maintenance requirements, and security. In this module, we will look at all three types and help you make an informed decision about which one to leverage for your services. We'll also quickly look at the service models supported by Azure which can help you determine the services you should start with when planning out an Azure deployment.
Control Azure services with the CLI
Install the Azure CLI locally and use it to manage Azure resources.
Automate Azure tasks using scripts with PowerShell
Install Azure PowerShell locally and use it to manage Azure resources.
Predict costs and optimize spending for Azure
Cost is one of the most important aspects of the cloud and can have a massive impact on your business. Azure has several tools available to help you get a better understanding of cloud spend and some best practices that you can leverage to help you save money.
Control and organize Azure resources with Azure Resource Manager
Use Azure Resource Manager to organize resources, enforce standards and protect critical assets from deletion.